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King's Lynn Town 2 Eastleigh 1
Saturday 27th March
Saturday 27th March
Vanarama National
16 Aldershot Town 28 35
17 Solihull Moors 27 32
18 Woking 27 31
19 Wealdstone 28 29
20 Weymouth 29 27
21 King's Lynn 28 24
22 Barnet 27 13

Thurlow Nunn Div One
10  Diss Town 12 15
11  Framlingham Town 11 13
12  Needham Market Res 12 13
13  King's Lynn U21s 11 12
14  Cornard United 12 11
15  Sudbury Reserves 10 11
16  Debenham LC 10 10

Lynn completed their second double of the season with a deserved win against play-off hopefuls Eastleigh.
The Lynn line-up showed a debut for on-loan signing Ethan Coleman amongst the changes from Tuesday evening with Alex Kiwomya, Michael Gyasi, and Tai Fleming also starting.
Simeon Jackson dropped to the bench and there were no places for Jordan Richards, Chris Smith and Elkan Baggott - the latter calling in sick.
It was the worst possible start for Lynn when, in the opening minute, Coleman fouled Dan Smith and Jack Payne's free kick from the edge of the 18-yard box deceived everyone on its way to the net.
Lynn replied with plenty of possession bt the attacking threat was with the Spitfires.
Tom Blair had a shot saved by the legs of Theo Richardson and the Lynn keeper was again in action on 19 minutes keeper out a close range effort from Smith.
Lynn began to turn their possession into chances with off-target efforts from Sonny Carey and a Michael Gash header
Five minute into the second half Lynn levelled. Visiting keeper Joe McDonnell spilled a cross come shot from Kiwomya and Gyasi was on hand to roll the ball home from close range.
Payne tried a long range effort which was easily handled by Richardson but it was the home side that was on top.
Lynn took the lead on 70 minutes from the penalty spot. A Gash shot was kept out by the legs of McDonnell and Jackson was grounded when he attempted go for the loose ball. The former Norwich striker took the penalty himself sending McDonnell the wrong way.
Eastleigh tried to get back into the game but failed to make a serious threat as Lynn saw the game out for their first win in nine games.
Lynn: Richardson, Howard, Fleming, Callan-McFadden, Denton, Clunan (Payne 55), Carey, Kiwomya, Coleman (Jackson 61), Gyasi (Davies 75), Gash. Subs: Payne, Jackson, Davies, Gascoigne, Tasguim. Booked: Coleman. Denton, McFadden, Payne. Scorers: Gyasi 50, Jackson 70 (pen)
Eastleigh: McDonnell, Blair (Smart 55), Partington (Bearlish 81), Boyce, Bird, Tomlinson, Hollands, Payne, Miley, Baggie, Smith. Subs: Flitney, Green, Scorey, Bearlish, Smart. Booked: Blair. Miley, Partington. Scorer: Payne 1